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The Australian Sex party del club Party was an Australian political party founded in in response to concerns over the increasing influence of religion in Australian politics. The party was briefly federally deregistered by the Australian Electoral Commission Sex party del club on 5 Mayafter an audit found that it could not demonstrate that it met the statutory requirement of members, but was re-registered in July.
Inthe Sex Party renewed its call for sex party del club institutions to pay more state-based taxes, and to overturn long-standing exemptions. The party contested elections for the first time at the Higgins  and Bradfield  by-elections in Novembergaining over three percent of the primary vote in both seats, coming fourth of ten, and third of twenty-two candidates, respectively.
The party contested six of House of Representatives seats and all states and territories except Tasmania and the Australian Capital Territory in the Senate at the federal election. Receiving more thanfirst preferences, the party won 2. Whilst the Sex Party did not win any seats, their preferences were substantially beneficial to the Greens who won a Senate seat in every state for the first time. The party contested seats at the Victorian state election on 27 November, and received 1.
The party received 5 percent and 8 percent of the vote at the Broadmeadows and Niddrie sex party del club in the absence of Liberal Party of Australia candidates. Patten contested the Melbourne state by-electioncoming third out of 16 candidates, receiving 6. She says the party preferenced Labor ahead of the Greens on their how-to-vote card at the Melbourne by-election due to the "anti-sex feminist movement" within the Greens,   but that future preferences may change again.
The party received 2. President of the Rationalist Society of AustraliaMeredith Doig, contested for the party at the Polwarth by-electionreceiving over six percent of the vote in the sex party del club of a Labor candidate. For the federal election the Australian Sex Party fielded Senate candidates in every state and territory as well as two candidates in New South Wales and four in Victoria for seats in the House of Representatives.
The party stood candidates in 5 electorates for the Northern Territory elections, The party stood candidates in 3 regions at the ACT elections, The Australian Sex Party's policy platform has been described as libertarian and supporting equality, social justice, civil liberties and freedom of choice. The ASP also supports a royal commission into the sexual abuse of children in Australian religious institutions, and is in favour of legalised abortion, gay rights, voluntary euthanasia, the legalisation of cannabis for recreational use along with the decriminalisation of all other drugs for recreational use.
In a response to the Australian Vaccination-Skeptics Network 's Meryl Dorey, the Sex Party stated:  "Choosing not to vaccinate your children amounts to medical neglect; sex party del club is a serious ethical issue".
The Australian Sex Party's close links with the adult industry lobby group, the Eros Association, are seen by some as the party being its political wing. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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